It takes two-thirds supermajorities in the Legislature to change a voter initiative in its first two years, so proposed changes to pot-legalizing Initiative 502 need the support of both political parties.
And a key House Republican said today his caucus has a philosophical opposition to changing initiatives right away and that, more specifically, I-502 was well-written.
Rep. Cary Condotta, R-East Wenatchee, is the ranking member of the committee dealing with marijuana issues. He’s in no hurry to change the system that has yet to start operating. “Let’s get it set up, see what we’ve got,” he said.
Condotta did acknowledge that Republicans …